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    March Luncheon

    Date: March 14, 2018, 12:00pm – 1:30pm
    Kitsap Golf and Country Club
    3885 Northwest Golf Club Hill Road
    Bremerton, WA 98312
    $30 WSHRMA member; $40 Non-WSHRMA Member including processing fees
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    Please join us for our March Luncheon:

    Decoding People – Driving Results through People Analytics – Select, Engage, Grow, and Develop Excellence in Your Employees
    Presented by Thomas Tomasevic, MBA

    Featured Non-Profit, Kitsap Community Foundation, represented by
    Kol Medina, President & CEO, will be presenting information about the upcoming Kitsap Great Give,

    WSHRMA will be collecting food bank items to donate to a local food bank.
    List of items needed at this time can be found here.

    HRCI and SHRM approved credits available

    Todays’ executives have incredible challenges – driving and delivering results against ever increasing competition, speed of business, and decreasing profit margins. The most difficult area to master is human capital engagement, yet everything depends on it. How can a small group of executives effectively engage every one of their employees, when no two employees are the same? Larger organizations don’t even know the current headcount, let alone the specific needs, drives, and personalities of each of their employees! The challenge, clearly, is to figure out how to engage individuals from a distance!

    This session covers the four main drivers of successful people engagement through analytics: hiring right, managing people, and setting up teams and culture effectively. Another way of looking at it is how to ensure that the right people are in the right functions, and that management knows how to engage them well by creating the processes, teams, and culture that result in an effective workforce.  We will evaluate the cost of turnover, aligning jobs and personal attributes, knowing the people and how to manage them, and how to prevent cultural clashes in multifunctional organizations. We will offer multiple solutions as well.

    This session is intended to be interactive. Participants’ questions and specific issues are used to broaden discussion and offer solutions. The audience leaves with a clear understanding how to use employee analytics to drive engagement up in any size organization.


    Thomas Tomasevic, MBA, is the CEO of T2 Team, a leadership consultancy based in Gig Harbor, WA. Born in Europe, Thomas earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in California (SJSU/Stanford). He has 20+ years in executive roles with HP, Microsoft and successful start-ups, and was often responsible for generating creative methods to grow revenue. Since 2013, Thomas has dedicated his time to transferring his strategic, tactical, and team-development skills to his clients. He founded T2 Team LLC, which  specializes in inducing growth in its customers. Many of T2 Team’s clients, some of whom are Vistage CE members, have experienced exponential growth (in some cases $150-$600MM in two years, $25-$50MM in 16 months, etc.). Leadership development, creativity, and employee analytics enabled these companies to develop sustainable employee engagement models that resulted in spectacular growth.

    As a Predictive Index Certified Partner, T2 Team focuses on enabling such growth in local companies via an effective, affordable, and self-managed suite of assessment tools. The Predictive Index suite of employee analytics is used by over 8,000 organizations worldwide, including 80 Fortune 500 companies. T2 Team is certified in the administration of a multitude of employee assessment and analytics tools, including MBTI, DISC, SYMLOG, and The Predictive Index Behavioral, Job, and Cognitive Assessments.

    Thomas is the author of the bestselling book Create Stellar Teams: Drive Your Teams to Success, published by Six Words Lessons. Thomas volunteers as a Young Entrepreneurs Academy Instructor where he teaches groups of young students how to start their businesses (2014-17).

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    We hope to see you there!

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